Harrison Timberland Tract 287

Marshall, Harrison County, Texas


287.0 Arces

Location: The Harrison T-287 Tract is very accessible with paved road frontage on FM 2625 approximately 11 miles southeast of Marshall, TX. The property lies on the north side of FM 2625 E., west of Brad Spann Road in Harrison County, TX. FM 2625 provides paved access and runs parallel to the property's south boundary.

Overview: This productive tract of timber land is comprised of approximately 197.64 acres of Pine area and 90 acres of hardwood area. According to a recent formal timber evaluation, the Pine timber is comprised of approximately 57% pulpwood and 43% saw logs while the hardwood timber is comprised of 82% pulpwood and 18% saw logs. While the highest and best use of the property lends best to timber production and investment, there is distinct recreational value in the form of hunting. The timber stand was selectively thinned in 2018.

Topography: Topography on the Harrison T-287 Tract has a variance of approximately 20 feet from its lowest to highest elevation.

Wildlife and Recreation: There are overt signs of Whitetail deer, squirrels and varmints on the property. Dense tree cover, browse and acorn production foster wildlife production as does Quapaw Creek that traverses the property. Two ponds up to approximately 1.9 surface acres supplement wildlife and offer fishing potential. The property has been leased to hunters in the past providing a viable source of income.

Easements: There is one pipeline easement and one access easement known to Broker. One access easement runs through the property (north/south) into the property to the north.

Minerals: Surface only. There is one closed well site located in the north central portion of the property.

Utilities: Electricity and rural water supply are available

Taxes: 2018 property taxes were approximately $1,435.00

School District: Marshall ISD

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property showing in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC


Casey Berley- ALC, Broker Associate
Mobile: (214) 422-7253

Stephen Schwartz- Agent
Mobile: (903) 738-7882

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No water


No sewage


No telephone line


No gas


No electric

Lot Details

  • Icons/close No Mobile Home Data Provided
  • Icons/close Property is not on a Cul de Sac
  • Icons/close Property is not a Corner Lot
  • Icons/close Property is not Subdividable

Internet Speed for Marshall, Texas

Provider Type Max Up Max Down
FIDELITY CABLEVISION LLC Cable Modem-DOCSIS 3.0 15 Mbps 1000 Mbps
ViaSat, Inc. Satellite 3 Mbps 100 Mbps
HNS License Sub, LLC Satellite 3 Mbps 25 Mbps
VSAT Systems, LLC Satellite 1.3 Mbps 2 Mbps
Southern Light, LLC Optical Carrier/Fiber to the End User 0 Mbps 0 Mbps
GCI Communication Corp. Satellite 0 Mbps 0 Mbps
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This Marshall Economy

Description Marshall
Unemployment Rate 4.1%
Recent Job Growth 0.9%
Future Job Growth 13.6%
Sales Tax 6.3%
Income Tax 0.0%
Income Per Capita $22,473
Household Income $40,303
Family Median Income $53,561
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting 0.8%
Mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction 6.3%
Construction 5.7%
Manufacturing 13.9%
Wholesale Trade 1.4%
Retail Trade 9.0%
Transportation and warehousing 3.3%
Utilities 0.9%
Information 1.0%
Finance and insurance 5.1%
Real estate, rental, and leasing 1.5%
Professional, scientific and technical services 2.4%
Management of companies 0.0%
Administrative, support, and waste management services 3.0%
Educational services 12.5%
Health care and social assistance 13.7%
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 0.6%
Accommodation and food services 8.5%
Other services 6.7%
Public administration 3.8%
Approximate Location
This land's acreage of 287.0 is equal to:
Vatican Citys
This land's price of $676K is equal to:
Avg. priced homes in San Francisco
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USDA Hardiness Zone 8b.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.

USDA Hardiness Zone 8 is one of the warmest plant hardiness zones. It is fortunate enough to have mild winters and long hot summers. It extends up the west coast, covering a large portion of the United States. It's a great place for growing watermelon for picnics and get togethers in the summer months and to grow prize winning pumpkins in time for Halloween.

The coldest days in winter:
Temperatures from 15 to 20°C

This zone is good for growing:
pecan, chestnut, watermelon, pumpkin, and Apples, Pears, Plums